Archive for the ‘Pueblo Pedestrian Accident Attorney’ Category

IIHS Study Suggests SUVs More Dangerous to Pedestrians Than Cars

Monday, June 15th, 2020

car stopping before pedestrians crossing | suvs more dangerous to pedestriansAccording to a new study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, despite a number of design changes made over the past 20 model years meant to increase their safety, SUVs appear to be more fatally dangerous to pedestrians than smaller vehicles and cars (more…)

How to Avoid Common Childhood Injuries 

Monday, October 14th, 2019

teddy bear using a seatbelt in a car | transportation and roadside accidents in childrenChildren are society’s most precious asset. After all, children are truly the foundation upon which a family is built. Families in Colorado, however, have witnessed an increasing number of accidents and incidents leading to injuries to children. Although advocacy groups, federal authorities, and Colorado state authorities have taken good steps toward identifying and addressing these issues, child injuries continue to occur statewide. When a child is injured due to the negligent actions of another person or organization, a parent or caregiver should be prepared to seek expert legal guidance through an experienced personal injury attorney. (more…)

Why Children Have a Hard Time Safely Crossing the Street

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

girl in red crossing the street | Children Have a Hard Time Safely Crossing the StreetAs an adult, you have probably crossed the street so many times that you rarely think about it one way or another. You assess the traffic, watch the signs and cross, without thinking much about it one way or another. It is important to remember, that this simple process may be anything but simple for a child. The University of Iowa has released new research which definitively shows that children have a hard time safely crossing the street. In fact, children up to the age of 14 lack the necessary motor skills and perceptual judgment to consistently cross a busy street without placing themselves in harm’s way. (more…)